Welcome to the web site of Bedworth Folk Club.
General Information
The Club, which has run almost continuously since 1972, meets every 2nd wednesday of the month (8pm start) in the Smercote Lounge at The Newdigate Club in Smorrall Lane, Bedworth (CV12 0JP), and also holds a second night most months on the 4th wednesday, except June - August (also 8pm start) at Bedworth Rugby Club. The club is quite unique in that there is no admission charge despite the fact that there are top rate guests at almost every meeting (we just pass the jug around so you can give as much or as little as you wish a minimum of the price of a pint (around about £3 - £5) is suggested – our aim is always for everyone, guests, audience and floor singers alike to have a really good time.Floor singers are always welcome but we get very busy so we recommend a call or email to reserve a spot, on the night it is very much first come first served – if there is space available.
 Our next three event dates are:
(or follow this link for full guest list)
(Wednesday) January 25th 2017 at Bedworth Rugby Club

Brian Phillips

BRIAN PHILLIPS has a unique aptitude for knowing what the audience wants be it playing of instrumentals such as Angie or by singing gentle ballads and love songs. He can have you in awe one minute and in tears of laughter the next with his quirky comments and introductions. Brian's recent appendage to his Act is the occasional airing of self-penned and extremely witty poetry. This is not to be missed for it is believed that he could be the next Poet Loreat.
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NOTE - This will be a special `Fancy Dress` night with a bottle of vino for the best, funniest, or daftest fancy dress!
(Wednesday) February 8th 2017 at Newdigate Club

Phil Hare

PHIL HARE, master guitarist and writer of songs, excellent performer and all round good egg, is back with us this year by popular demand! Phil needs no introduction to our regulars as he always never ceases to amaze us with his witty banter and 'folk song on the hop' which is created on stage, in an instance with the audience's participation. Just be careful what you ask for!
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(Wednesday) February 22nd 2017 at Bedworth Rugby Club


DRAGONHEAD are a husband and wife duo, offering an eclectic mix of traditional & modern folk with a Cajun slant. Ann and John's repertoire offers audiences the chance to join in and have fun. They will certainly have your feet tapping right from the start. Having supported the North Warwickshire Folk Clubs, Bedworth, Nuneaton and Atherstone, they have successfully organised Folk Nights at various Church Halls and Community Centres to promote folk artists both old and new alike.
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